We don't want future visions, we want future tables
I enjoyed this one very much. You have written so much about time that my feedback may sound trivial. Anyway. I felt attracted to temporal potential groove. It made me think about grooves in vinyl records. About remastering to improve the dynamics of output. Music in general as a scheme of bars, tempo, etc. About the grid and snapping to the grid in music and other software. Also about furrows on land, and riverbeds. And how we could learn to unsnap from the grid, groove, riverbed, etc to find new paths that are not defined by the "table".